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ers noc rO in om SENTINEL & TRIBUNE PAGE 11 Walnut Grove - Westbrook, MN - Wednesday, October 31, 1990 ranch Red Rock Chargers moved semi finals of the section 2 5 - 9, 1~ School football last week gsday night when they ted Windo ' eal, m m a tight struggle. The biggest tch toastti'e.plays came in the second 1 milk Windom picked up a J'am 'n on the Charger 3 yard ;nn, pl -: d four pla)s, later the took over on downs at the ncakes, again Mike Ewy led the tl, toast, k, with 20 tackles, a ,"back sack and a fumble ~r, Nic ), k Kuehl had 14 Mark Meier 12 Jason cowooy ~;2' S '~xrult,' u~-i'~,teve Crov, ell, 10 nlus a recovery, Josh Mey er 8, n dogs ger 7 plus 2 quarterback d cheb L en Jans and Shannon fru:* Ioth had a fumble reco e . nag, -Hot ffense, Troy Steen ps, fresh/ted 6 of 15 passes for 61 :-,while Juhl Erickson am, reed 2 of 2 for 40 :~ards sagna, ,i . ' . les," carried 16 times for ~and Josh Meyer 16 times - Nick Kuehl cau ht 2 not fil~,:, ,- ": cr fruit, mil,x r. 33 yards and J son 5 for 61 yards. ri Chargers kicked off to game and Chad Hannock on his 10 yard line and it to the 32 but fumbled was tackled and Mike :11 on the ball for the A pass from Steen to Photo, Josh Meyer forced his way between two Eagle defenders to score a touchdown last Tuesday evening. St Photo. on the Charger 43. Kuecker carried twice to the 37 and Dorigan to the 34 and on fourth down Dorigan scooted to the 21. Miller gained 5 good for a 1st down onand Dorigan picked up a 1st on the Boeck carried to the 5. Another run by Dorigan was to the 7 and Meyer for a good to the 1 yard line and Miller I on the 2 yard line. On the took it in on the next play. The EP took it in for a was good and the score was tied at kicked the extra the Chargers led 7-0. next series the Eagles 12 yard line. Dan r carried for 3 and Hannock a 1st on the 23. Kuecker Miller picked up 5 and to Klay Walinga to the 27 and Windom the Charger 40. Meyer to the 48 then Boeck a 1st on the Eagle 47. A : was tacked on to a 1st on the After 4 incomplete took over. carried to the 43 up a 1st on the 45. rom Kuecker to Matt was Zood for another I st 7-7 On the kickoff, the ball was fumbled and a Windom player was the only one near it on the 12 yard line, but instead of failing on the ball, he tried to pick it up. The ball slipped out of his grasp and a couple Chargers fell on it to take over at the 12 yard line. Meyer carried twice to the 15 and the 18 but a penalty pushed them back to the 7. A pass to Bakke was good to the 15 but then a quarterback sack put them back on the 7 again. Erickson punted and Windom returned to the Charger 26 Dorigan carried twice for a loss of a yard but then Kuecker hit Miller for a 1st down on the 14. Kuecker took it to the 6 and Dorigan made it a 1st on the 3 yard line This was where the game was really won by the defense. Dorigan carried to the 1 yard line Kuecker was stopped for no gain and then lost 2 yards. On fourth and 3, the Eagles attempted a pass but it was no good and the Chargers took over on their own 3. A pass to Kuehl was good to the 11 and a run by Meyer made it a 1st on the 17. With the Chargers unable to get a 1 st, they punted to the Windom 45. Windom was forced to punt to the Chargers 20 then the Chargers were forced to punt to the Windom 38. Dorigan made a nice run for a 1st on the Charger 40 but on the next play Wayne Hansen intercepted a Kuecker pass on the 22 as the half came to an end with the score 7-7. Windom kicked off to start the second half with Boeck taking the ball on the 17 and returning it to the 41. Meyer carried to the 47 and Boeck to the 49 then Meyer picked up a 1st on the Windom 48. A pass to Bakke was good for another 1st on the 34 but Windoms defense ,tificned and forced a punt. Starting from their 20. Miller carried twice for 6 yards and then Dorigan ran to the 44 but he fumbled the ball and the Chargers took over Once again the Eagles stopped the Chargers and forced a punt. The Chargers then returned the favor and Windom punted to Kuehl who took it on his own 35 and returned it to the Eagle 49. Meyer picked up 2, then Erickson hit Kuehl with a pass to the Eagle 27. Meyer carried to the 8 yard line and then Boeck took it in for the "ID. The EP was no good and the score was 13-7. The Charger defense held on the next series and forced a punt with the Chargers starting from their own 44. Boeck carried to the Eagle 45 for a 1st. Erickson hit Bakke for another 1st on the 22 and Bocck carried to the 16 as the third period ended. Meyer carried to a 1st on the 4 yard line but then the Eagle defense stiffened and they took over on downs at the 1 yard line. Three carries by Dorigan earned a I st at the 12 but then the Chargers pushed them back and they were forced to punt from the 6. The Chargers started from the Eagle 38. Meyer picked up 3 and Boeck 2, then Erickson caught a pass for a 1st on the 27. On the next play Windom recovered a fumble and took over on the 25. A pass to Matt Johnson was good for a 1st on the 38. Another pass to Walinga got them to the 43 but then the Charger defense came through stopping them at the 44 where the Chargers took over. Ben Jans broke loose for a 1st on the Windom 20 then Boeck drove to the 5 and Meyer carried twice to a 1st on the 9 yard line as the game ended with the Chargers moving to the second game of the regional against Luverne on Saturday, Oct. 27. I $ Wayne Hanson made a tackle on a Wlndom player Last Tuesday night In the first sectional game. ST Photo. I, Mary Ann Anderson, have enjoyed serving the residents of Cot- tonwood Couiaty as the Cottonwood County Recorder. COTTONWOOD COUNTY i Prepared & paid for by the candidate on her own behalf. DAN McDONALD was unanimously appointed by your Cottonwood County Commissioners 15 months ago because of his 5 dedicated years as Assistant County Attorney DAN McDONALD since becoming County Attorney has had over 20 Felony Convictions (an increase of over 50%) and 20 Gross Misdemeanor Convictions. DAN McDONALD, as Assistant Cottonwood County Attorney, personally has had over 60 Felony and Gross Misdemeanor Convictions. Yr DAN McDONALD has made himself available to law enforcement 24 hours a day on a top priority basis. will make sure state taxing and cling are kept in check, and there is r and equal funding for EDUCATION D RURAL HEALTH CARE. DAN McDONALD has been instrumental in increasing child support collections by over 200% (over $1.25 million collected since 1984). Yt DAN McDONALD has advised and helped your County Commissioners through many difficult issues such as judicial ditch proceedings, highway condemnations, solid waste, recycling, etc. Yr DAN McDONALD is working with Cottonwood County Sheriff to stop welfare fraud. Yr DAN McDONALD is the only candidate serving you from the county seat. I would like to thank you, the citizens of Cottonwood County, for your ongoing support and look forward to serving you the next four years as your County Attorney with even better results. ,727 28A olxl pod I~r by Ihe people lo Pelt, Bob Oieler Tfeosure,8re, wsler, ~ ,56119 IPo~l Ad*~tismv~m~) J II Prepared and paid for by the candidate on his own behalf. I I I I I I III